Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典; 英汉数学大词典
That discovery was quite accidental.
I accidentally mistakenly took his umbrella.
Manholes are round because that way they won't accidentally fall through the hole.
Maybe at the time she accidentally left her car key in her room.
The inquest returned a verdict of accidental death.
The priest hustled toward the accidental crash and got as close to the fiery wreckage as he could. He said a prayer and offered a blanket absolution.
In 1992, I was involved in the toppling of an overbearing boss and, even though my role was accidental, I've been dining out on it ever since.
From this day she forced herself to take pains to avoid him - never allowing herself, as formerly, to remain long in his company, even if their juxtaposition were purely accidental.
With this knowledge, you should be able to define a privilege / authority strategy that minimizes the threat of accidental or intentional system misuse.
This raises a question. Whether the relation between contemporary political science and liberalism is merely accidental or whether there is some intrinsic some necessary connection between them.